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1 Vomiting can lead to dental erosion and gastrointestinal reflux.
2 Our studies provided evidence of such relaxations during episodes of spontaneous gastro-oesophageal reflux in children.
3 Combination of a histamine H 2 receptor antagonist with a prokinetic agent may therefore provide an alternative treatment for reflux oesophagitis.
4 The only other study that made corrections for pyloric loss and duodenogastric reflux came to conclusions that are the same as ours.
5 Hourly frequency and mean duration of reflux episodes in the upright and supine period were also calculated in each patient.
6 Aggressive factors include gastric juice and bile salts which can reflux back into the stomach.
7 We attempted to avoid this bias by offering endoscopy to every asthmatic patient regardless of the presence or absence of reflux symptoms.
8 The presence or absence of reflux symptoms was not used as a selection criterion for asthmatics.
9 Duodenogastric reflux was identified when intragastric sodium concentrations exceeded 50 mmol/l.
10 Several studies have shown the association of reflux oesophagitis with lower oesophageal sphincter dysfunction and impaired oesophageal peristalsis.
11 Oesophageal contractions not associated with acid reflux have been reported.
12 Duodenogastric reflux is indicated when sodium concentrations rise above 50 mmol/l.
13 Scintigraphy is also a sensitive test in patients where endoscopy and histological examination can not confirm the presence or absence of reflux.
14 Distal small bowel lesions may also be shown by reflux at barium enema or by entering the terminal ileum at colonoscopy.
15 Our results do not clarify the nature of the GOR-asthma relation or the mechanisms of reflux induced asthma.
16 Refluxed gastric alkali was determined by appearance of gastric marker in oesophageal aspirates.
17 The normal subject displayed only short bursts of reflux with a maximum duration of four minutes.
18 In most patients there is evidence that the pattern is elicited by gastro-oesophageal reflux of acid or gas.
19 Manometric studies in patients with Barrett's oesophagus are few and the comparison with patients with gastrooesophageal reflux are less frequent.
20 Oesophageal strictures are probably caused by a combination of chemical oesophagitis, ulceration(sentencedict.com),[www.Sentencedict.com] and acid reflux.
21 Objective:To investigate the diagnosis and treatment of refluxing cholangitis.
22 This operation is called refluxing.
23 Comparing ethanol refluxing extraction, Saxhlet extraction, and normal saline groups the constituent of FO could greatly improve the abdominal macrophage phagocytosis function.
24 The main refluxing pattern of the venules was from the alveolar capillary network to the postapillary venule, to the collecting venule, till the venule.
25 The wintergreen extraction method comprises: refluxing and extracting, filtering and concentrating.
26 Conclusion: The refluxing method is better than the soaking method in determing the content of the polysaccharide.
27 This allows part of the refluxing liquid to be tapped off at various points as "side-stream" products.
28 OBJECTIVE To compare the extraction effect of Corydalis yanhusuo by SFE(CO2) and alcohol refluxing method.
29 ObjectiveTo compare the kinds and contents of free amino acids in DanZhuLi prepared from baked process and refluxing process.
30 Methods 15 patients with different type and degree of cicatricial ectropion were repaired with the method of simple skin grafting, posterior auricular refluxing axial skin flap or anchyloblepharon.
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